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at the vfw convention in indianapolis and the president is still on vacation, this week in martha's vineyard and when he gets back to washington, we understand, one of the first orders of business will be to address the nation, on the topic of iraq and these are pictures of him vacationing there, much more coming up on this issue of iraq, and what vice president joe biden will have to say coming up on "america's newsroom." gregg: the government warning that even more eggs may be recalled, the fda does not know exactly how the eggs or chickens were contaminated, adding that we could see more eggs pulled from the she was over the next several weeks. so far, there were 1300 reported salmonella poisonings linked to eggs, from two iowa farms and both farms share the very same suppliers of chickens, and feed, and they also have ties to an iowa business, with a history of violating state and federal laws. martha: back to one of the biggest stories of the summer, there is a new and dangerous voice in the mosque debated. according to reports, opposition over plans to build an islamic center near grou
in this economy, muncie, anderson here in indianapolis, indiana. people are hurting they know we can't borrow, spend and bail our way back to a growing economy. they want to see this administration take a dramatic step in the direction of preserving and promoting tax relief that will create jobs, embracing fiscal discipline. and abandoning this job-killing agenda, suggesting card check, passing cap and trade, maybe in the lame duck they continue to advance. fret get one of the problems is regretly the is a product of the american psyche. if we are all excited and think we are on the road to recovery chances are we are going to spend. if everyone talks about doom and gloom and we see existing house sales plummet 27%, it is hard to get us all sort of whooped up so we go out and buy. besides the usual tax program, extending the bush tax cuts that i know the republican party wants. what is it that you could do to turn it around? people truly are hurting. quickly, we need to turn stuff around for people. >> look, the enemy of our prosperity is uncertainty. i had a small business jobs forum in ande
in daytona and indianapolis. the road is rough and the spectators aren't behind massive steel fences. so our josh levs takes a look at the track and the rules. >> let's take a look at the map behind me. i want to show you something here. i want you all to see where this is taking place in the united states, so let's zoom right in. we're going to california here. where we're going to go, it's east of l.a., east of san bernardino. we're going to go to this area where it takes place, soggy dry lake. that area is 50 miles long and they go around four times. what we're hearing about this, the "l.a. times" describes this as a mecca for off-road racing. you can see by the terrain why it's so popular. there are lots of races that take place through this area throughout the year. let's get to some of the video. these are written rules. you can see them for yourself on the website. look at what some of them say. first of all, they say do not spectate within 100 feet of the course. looking at what we're seeing here, it looks like people are way, way within that. exactly how many people are considered,
donating a million and a half dollars to establish a foundation that would help a hospital in indianapolis which treats children with life-threatening diseases. he's a pate . congressman weiner got upset over his peers voting down new health care money. when asked about his passionate display mr. weiner said this. >> sometimes things make you angry. i don't have any regret to showing my anger. you got people on fox news acting angry when they are not. bill: of course fox news has nothing to do with mr. weiner's issue but he has to throw us in there. it makes him a pinhead. also, spout off from anywhere in the world, oreilly@foxnews.com. name a town if you wish to opine. when writing to the factor do not be spurious. again, thanks for watching i am bill o'reilly please remember the spin stops right here, because we are definitely looking out for definitely looking out for you. >> top of the morning to you on a tuesday, august 3rdrd. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time today. is it an act of sincerity or a distraction tactic? the backers of the controversial ground zero mosqu
starts at 6 p.m.. the 49ers begin their preseason on sunday in indianapolis. >> it's 5:25. still ahead at 5:30, the guessing game ends today as the federal judge decides whether to lift the stay preventing gays and lesbians from getting married in california. we're live outside san francisco city hall. >> and in this economy it's not every day a transit agency finds a $4 million surplus. i'm theresa garcia live in san francisco. we'll let you know what bart discovered and how it plans to spend it coming up. >> and an abc 7 eye team investigation uncovers a major oops by san francisco parking officials. up next why hundreds of parking tickets have been tossed out. >> the big story across the country is the heat wave that continues from dallas at 104 to st. louis at 100. even warmer around seattle at 79. cooler weather moving into the northeast. that severe weather's causing flight departure delays from washington and baltimore over an hour and out of new york around 45 minutes. see if anybody you know is on those flights and could be delayed, go to our flightttttttq jaguar platinum cove
biden told a vfw gathering in indianapolis that while america's role in iraq is winding down the u.s. mission in afghanistan has just begun. and the top army commander in charge of training the afghan army says it will be some time before the afghanies will be strong enough to stand on their own. >> what i will tell you is i think most people realize we have not even finished building the afghan national army or police forces or air force at this point. >> reporter: bill caldwell says the afghan army may not be ready to take off before the planned july 23011 troop draw down and it may take until the fall of 2011 to train the 300,000 afghan soldiers and police officers. it's a change made even greater by did he certifications and other losses. >> these losses include desertions, deaths and low retention. they pose the greatest threat to both quantity and quality of the afghan national security force. >> reporter: vice president biden assess as optimistic about the prospect for success in afghanistan. >> after too many years of neglect we have clearly defined a strategy backed by the
-year-old motorcycle racer at the indianapolis speedway. his name was peter lentz and died yesterday after wiping up before a warmup lap on a race. he was run over by another rider who was 12 years old. he's the youngest to ever die on that same speedway. >> all right. seven time cy young award winner roger clemens will be arraigned in washington, d.c. that will be at 2:00 eastern today. the six count indictment accuses him of lying to congress when he claims he never used steroids or h.g.h., human growth hormones. if convicted, clemens faces between 15 and 21 months behind bars and he has that civil suit looming if he pleads guilty or cuts a deal. >> he has a few issues. >> the imam behind the proposed mosque near ground zero said election year politics are to blame for the fueling of the islamic center. in an interview with the paper, rauf blames a tiny minority for leading the opposition. rauf compared the struggle of muslims to america to the earlier struggles of jews and cathol catholic immigrants. he made the comments during a taxpayer funded trip to the middle east. >> canadi
.d. norman. there's -- j.d. norman has taken an ad out in the local indianapolis newspaper called "the indianapolis star" and here it is this morning. full page ad pleading with the members of the local 23 to have a vote on this issue. this is 650 jobs that we'd like to keep in indiana as the national union representative knows and indicates in the paper this morning, these individuals were will be being paid at the market wage rate. >> sure. j.d. norman said effectively you can work for us at this particular rate which is $15.50 an hour. mitch, tell us, $15.50 an hour, is that on par? it's half of what the g.m. workers are making right now. is it on par with what other automakers in indiana are making? >> well, we have toyota plants, subaru facility and a honda plant here in indiana and it's above the starting wage rate at those facilities. and at the starting wage rate for what new g.m. workers would be paid when they're hired into the new g.m. in addition to this, the g.m. workers would be allowed to move to other facilities across the -- other g.m. facilities across the country o
in indianapolis for its 111th national convention. vice president biden is expected to discuss the withdrawal of u.s. forces in iraq. he'll also address the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a project leader who wants to put a mosque near ground zero says he would consider another site. the debate brought out hundreds to the proposed location in new york yesterday. supporters say the project emphasizes religious freedom, and organizers should not have to consider another location. others say the mosque would be too close to ground zero. they also argue it would be insensitive to families of 9/11 victims. >> we are concerned that he may be putting a symbol of triumph, a symbol of having vanquished america in the 9/11 attacks, and a symbol of power right here at ground zero. we don't want it. >> it's about humanity. it's about live and let live. >> the proposed project would include an islamic center and a mosque as well as a memorial to the 9/11 victims. a "time" magazine poll shows more than 60% of americans oppose the idea. >>> today more concerns about a company linked t
the various political faction that's rack. he predicted today in his speech in indianapolis that in fact in the not that distant future so there has been an impasse and political limbo, some time in the future those political differences will be resolved and the united states will continue its draw down but will not completely leafy rack as a matter of policy or u.s. forces. let's listen briefly to the vice president. >> i'm absolutely confident that iraq will form a national unity government that will be able to sustain that country. one more thing, drawing down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging. >> reporter: that's an interesting point, rick, and jenna, because yesterday the commanding u.s. general in iraq said if the iraqis asked the united states to stay after the scheduled removal of all u.s. forces in 2011 the u.s. would consider that. the administration officials i've talked to says that is not signaling a new strategy, but it does open a bit of a window. rick: it's been five months now since iraq's national elections. how concerned is the white house about the r
, and billings. triple digits in phoenix and boise. 84 in omaha. 75 in chicago. and 79 in indianapolis. 80s from boston to baltimore. and 90 in atlanta. >>> well, this is a truly unique way to knock back a few cold ones, or should we say, hot ones. >> you might want to bring your i.d. along with your appetite at this year's texas state fair. that's because the menu will include fried beer. it looks like sauteed ravioli but it's pretzel pockets filled with beer. >> this is a bad idea. i'm just going to go out there -- look, it's all running out. >> it sounds delicious. >> this concoction is part of the big tex choice recipe contest. we're told the beer does not lose its potency. doesn't just boil out because it's not fried long enough. if you want to try it, you will in fact be carded. >> mm, mm, mm. i'm thirsty. back with more after this. electrostatic dry cloths attract so much fine dirt on hard floors [ funny voice ] hey, vacuum, wanna attract more fine dirt? then try the static balloon! [ squeaking ] [ female announcer ] sorry, vacuum. swiffer sweepervac has both a powerful vacuum and electro
president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to talk about the war in iraq. this comes days after the last u.s. combat troops begin to leave the country. will the v.p. address the fact that iraq still does not have a government and, perhaps, have not put enough pressure on that government or helped that government work towards a compromise? kelly wright is live in washington with the preview. hey, kelly. >> good morning to you. fox news has learned from senior administration officials that the speech that vice president joe biden delivers later today is expected to be a three part speech, if you will, dealing with iraq, afghanistan and veterans programs funded during the obama administration. with the troop draw down, vice president biden will predict a resolution of the current political impasse in iraq and state the issue will be resolved in the near future. he will neither set nor predict a political compromise. he will also note the progress of the iraqi army and police forces in providing security in iraq's major cities and rural areas as well. u.s. commander in iraq says he'
there and republican pollster john mclaughlin joining us from indianapolis. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> dana, let's start with you. this is one of your personal pet peeves. you hate it when people say the tea party candidate. explain why. >> i do! oh, because i think some people take tea party to mean it's an actual party and it's not. i don't like the term tea party candidate. makes me sick to my stomach. i look at it like this. there are republicans that are running, republican candidates that are on tickets in different primaries that share the same belief system and the same platform as the grassroots movement, but that doesn't make them a tea party candidate. sounds very co-opty to me. >> you feel while some are trying to portray the tea party as spoilers in this, these actually energizing the base. that's a good thing for republicans. >> right, you've seen it. we did a big study in the beginning of the year for national view institute and it's on our web site but it energized the republican primary and now you have candidates that have won these primaries and they can
you live. i want to go through a low-cost is city, des moines, iowa, indianapolis. if you have $100,000 a year to live on in those cities, you're considered rich so what does it take to $100,000 a year and not have to work? well, if you want to retire at 35, wouldn't that be nice, you're going to need $4 million. but if you can wait it out until you're 65, $2 million. but ali, speaking to you from new york city where you used to live, you know how expensive it is and unless you're a new yorker or someone who lives in l.a. or san francisco, what the experts say is you're going to need about $300,000 a year to live on to become comfortable. what does that mean? it means the ability to pay your taxes, a $3,800 a month apartment, pretty pricey, and $12,000 a month to live on, and the way you get that, ali, is by saving up $12 million by the time you are 35, which we know you have done, ali, even though you're not 35 yet, and then you can live on that. that's rich here in new york. >> now, so the issue here, of course -- it all comes back to politics and what we're talking about. because
up more so going through the day. from jonesboro to indianapolis to detroit to alpena, heavy downpours, heavy -- local downpours. here's a closer looking at the weather for your weekend. make it a great day. didn't spend a lot of time talking about the northeast which catches a beautiful day so martha's vineyard, the president. >> he's in luck. >> perfect day for him. >> so are we. >> one of the best in the summer. >> are you following the economy right now? >> yes. >> we've followed it for you. i'm glad. i'm glad you have but for those of you who haven't or wonder what's going on, up next we'll take a look at the week that was, more people are out of work, they are borrowing from their retirement accounts, when is the economic news going to get better? >> lonnie has a lot on his plate. later an disturbing secret and possible connection to the creator of "peter pan" the latest on this strange story. this is "the early show" here on cbs. >>> a brand new segment the week that was, a look at the week's big story and what it means you to, this week we tackle the economy on for th
is joining us from indianapolis on the independent line, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you for accepting my call. my question was pertaining to the privacy. if they're worried about our privacy, then why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase the cookies or whatever else it is to keep them from going in our background? to me, it just doesn't seem right to be on the computer, go in, and somebody retrieving all of my personal information, because i guarantee, out of their "transparency" i can't do that with the corporations and find out how much money the executives are making. my question is why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase these things for their computer? host: thank you. caller: thank you. guest: well, i'm not sure you need to purchase anything. almost everything we're talking about is free. for instance, if you want to download some free software that blocks tracking, you can do that, or you can look for free at some of these transparency websites that will tell you a little bit what they know about you. i agree that this value exchange t
lee and we'll pick up the story then, ted stevens was born in indianapolis, indiana and made his faway to fairbanks, alaska, and born november of 1923 and served the us army corps and the second world war in china, three years, 1943 to 1946, the longest serving republican senator in the united states senate history. now we're waiting to see his fate, the fate possibly of his sons and also sean o'keefe, administrator of nasa, director there. martha: and his son as well. bill: more information when we get it i want to squeeze in a quick commercial break and we'll work our phones as we go to break here. for more information log onto foxnews.com and get complete updates and up-to-the-minute on-line and we're back here in a moment on this breaking news story in "america's newsroom." >> reporter: in case you're joining us we are reporting on a plane crash in the wilderness of alaska that may possibly have taken the lives of eight or nine people. we are working our way through the information trying to figure out what we can report as fact and what is not. this is what we understand, late las
. indianapolis 91. it's 89 in sacramento. 93 in colorado springs, and 94 in boise. >>> it is not made of gold, but it has turned out to be quite a gem. >> a rare yellow lobster was found alive off the coast of newport, rhode island. the lobsterman who trapped it said he's never seen anything like that before and that's not a surprise since a yellow lobster is just 1 in 30 million. >> the unique color will keep it out of hot water literally. instead of ending up on a dinner plate, it will be spared and put out on display. the lucky guy. >> buy a lottery ticket. >> we'll be right back. i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement nsurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to " 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare, call now to find out how an aarp... insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying .up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans...
of some of our p.t.a. families here today in the audience. officer dave stokes of the indianapolis police department who understands what this -- of the annapolis police department who understands what this will mean to the safety of our towns and we are joined by children who are examples of our future leaders and innovators and the clearest example of what we need to support, president kennedy called them our greatest resource and hope for the future. i would like to thank the children and families here today, give yourselves a nice round of applause. today, again, we will create over 300,000 jobs, or save them, not just any jobs but jobs that are the most significant in our country. the sense of community that our teachers, our police and firefighters, our health care workers bring and we will do in it a fiscally responsible way by closing costly tax loopholes that allow corporations to ship american jobs overseas. this is part of what our distinguished majority leader, mr. hoyer, called our make it in america agenda. make it, manufacture it in america and make it, so people can make i
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